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2020 Back-to-School Spending Trends

2020 Back-to-School Spending Trends

Even with the uncertainty of returning to campus and the possibility of students taking the year off, college spending is expected to increase according to National Retail Federation. While back-to-school spending is expected to increase, NRF is anticipating consumers will shop at fewer places. It’s estimated that students and families will spend $1,059.20 on average … Continue reading

Tips for Using Emojis and Hashtags on Social Media

Tips for Using Emojis and Hashtags on Social Media

With most businesses using social media, your posts can get lost. A great way to catch your viewers’ interest is with hashtags and emojis. Make sure you aren’t overusing them though. Below are recommendations for how many hashtags and emojis to use in your post for each social media platform. 

Three Phases for Reopening Your Store

Three Phases for Reopening Your Store

As safer at home orders are being lifted and business are being allowed to reopen, you are probably wondering how to reopen your store. National Retail Foundation has provided a three-phase opening plan to help your store reopen and keep you staff and customers safe. Phase 1 – Allow E-Commerce, Contactless Curbside Pickup, and In-Home … Continue reading

Top 5 Blog Posts of 2019

Top 5 Blog Posts of 2019

As 2019 comes to a close and we welcome 2020, we’d like to highlight our top 5 posts from 2019. The Power of Smell Make Your Store More Compelling Help Your Students Relax During Finals Week Give Your Store a Voice to Increase Your Sales How Does Weather Affect Shopping Behavior?

Increase Sales with Planograms

Increase Sales with Planograms

Planograms are a good way to determine how to display products which can lead to increased sales. By utilizing planograms, you can have product in every square foot space in your store. Planograms make it easier to track inventory and reduce out-of-stocks. Students will appreciate the visual appeal and ease of shopping. Here are some … Continue reading